The British called the most economical petrol cars

The British called the most economical petrol cars


British publication What Car published on the pages of the rating of petrol cars with the lowest fuel consumption available on the market in Europe.

Opens a rating of the Romanian Dacia Sandero, fuel consumption 0.9-liter TCe engine which is just 4.45 l / 100 km. On the ninth line of the rating was the previous generation Seat Leon with an engine of 1.0 liters, which consumes per 100 kilometers of 4.43 liters of fuel. Recall that just recently, the Spanish car maker introduced a new generation model.

On the eighth and the seventh line are the KIA Picanto and Volkswagen Up, the power plant which have a volume of 1.0 liters. The flow rate in the case of the Korean equal to 4.41 liters per 100 km, and the Germans this figure is equal to 4,38 l. On the sixth line was the SEAT Ibiza 1.0-liter TSI turbo engine with a capacity of 95 HP, the fuel consumption of the model at 100 km is of 4.35 L.


Opens the top five Suzuki Baleno with its 1.0-litre engine, which only consumes 4.26 liters of fuel per 100 km. The accounting expense recorded in the Skoda Citigo, which also has liter power plant. However, such models are available now only on the secondary market, as the manufacturer replaced the car for the electric car.

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Honorable third place was the Volkswagen Up, which under the hood a 1.0-liter engine capacity of 75 HP, the fuel Consumption of the vehicle – 4,21 L. On the second line confidently settled Suzuki Celerio engine (1.0 liters), the fuel consumption model is 4,07 L. And the leader of the British rankings were Suzuki Ignis (engine 1,2 liter SHVS). It is a mild hybrid allows you to spend on 100 km is only about a 3.95 liters.

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